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FTSE 100 plunges through support levels
The UK's blue-chip index was down 49.53 points, or 0.9pc at 5,288.85, by 7.03am, having closed below 5,400 for the first time this year on Thursday, and set to record its third-straight week of losses as turmoil in the eurozone dominated the market ...
Santander UK rocked by Moody's credit rating downgrade amid Spanish ...  This is Money
Two tiers, one crisis for Spanish banks  Financial Times
Chart of the Day: the FTSE 100 shares most exposed to Europe
So analysts at Liberum have produced a useful list of FTSE 100 companies that are particularly exposed to Europe (click on the chart below to enlarge it).
Why I'll buy 40 random stocks when the FTSE 100 hits 4000
One is that the market puts in a new low at some point in the next three years (i.e. FTSE 100 (UKX) below 4000) and that ends the consolidation phase.
Profit at builder Willmott Dixon hit by government spending cuts
Willmott Dixon, Britain's third-biggest privately owned builder, has recorded turnover of more than �1 billion for the first time.
Fat-cat backlash: Aviva becomes first FTSE 100 firm to see shareholders reject ...
The backlash against boardroom greed spread from Britain's banks to the rest of the City yesterday as ordinary shareholders rose up against fat cat pay deals.
Investor fury at executive pay policies  Financial Times
Gilt-backed structured products aim to stem risk
Last week, Barclays launched a new six-year FTSE 100 “Autocall” that pays out 8.25 per cent a year for each year held if the index is above its starting level on an anniversary - and holds gilts as collateral for the value of the investment.
FTSE drops to 2012 closing low on Greece fears
The FTSE 100 .FTSE slid 2.5 percent to 5,266.41, its biggest one-day percentage drop since November 21 and its lowest close since Nov 25, when markets were similarly beset with worries about the euro zone's debt crisis.
Three ways the UK will be affected by a Greek exit
Global stockmarkets have already felt this contagion effect, with the FTSE 100 (UKX) now almost 500 points or 8% below the near-6000 level it reached in March.
How to tell where a euro note comes from - and why a German one doesn't ...  This is Money
How would a euro collapse hit us in the pocket?  Telegraph.co.uk
Market blog: FTSE closes below 5300
17.00: Markets extended losses this afternoon for the FTSE 100 to close 136 points or 2.5% lower to 5,266, with similar losses across European markets, just as European leaders arrived in Brussels for what now is not expected to be a particularly ...
Should you follow the stock market trader adage - sell in May and go away?
It's that time of the year again when investors have to ask themselves, do they 'sell in May to return on St Leger day' - in September.